Personal Reasons = He wants his cash
Personal Reasons = He wants his cash
I live in Illinois and have a very high-stress IT job. I should just drive the 90 miles and commit armed robbery at the first gas station. I could basically do the same thing I do today, but without the stress, pressure, or cost of living I have now.
We should devote more of our Student's tuition and my tax money to subsidize studies about stuff I don't give a shit about. Hawk nose, no-nose, skinny nose, broad nose...they all smell the same from my altitude.
Just buy a kick-butt laptop that does what you need, some awesome headphones, a MiFi device and perhaps a Sattelite Internet device, and a bunch of all-inclusive resort packages.
I love Nickleback (NICE ONE!) Oh and what happened to that Paul McCartney guy that Kanye did a joint effort with in efforts to further his career? Haven't heard anything about that McCartney joker since then...what a loser.
In reality, I am a U.S. Citizen, and I did vote, but not for either of the two most prominent candidates (I did in fact write-in "Yo' Momma.") They are both ridiculous, and the way I see it, Trump is the lesser of two evils. At least no matter what, even though he technically ran on the Republican (who now controls both Houses) ticket, not even the Republican Party supports him, so he won't be able to do anything serious unless he goes crazy with Executive Order, which I suppose he could.
Temporary damage will be done, but there is plenty of Congressional power to CTRL-Z it within 90 days - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/... -, so damage will likely be limited.
I am no fan of Trump, and I know he simply wanted to be POTUS, but I doubt he wants to be the first President convicted and removed from office in Impeachment trials.
Isn't the exact sort of thing that I get paid good money and given generous budgets to make sure it isn't installed?
This isn't solving a problem, it's causing one (as many have said.)
Just tried it on Google Maps. If you enter "0, 0" it takes you to the North Pole. There are a couple of Comex drilling rigs there and a bunch of water. If you type "Null Island" into the search, it takes you to the Library of Congress. I find that humorous.
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- Mars Attacks
I'm the Admin for a High-Tech factory. While we do use some very dangerous chemicals, those are pretty well restricted using physical means. However, on the factory floor itself, the company has historically used shared passwords for most of the manufacturing tools themselves. While this doesn't currently pose much of a safety threat, it does make tracking "who did what" basically impossible. Additionally, we were recently acquired by a Public company, and due to SOX, the whole "shared password" thing is a big no-no. While my problems are not as nearly "life or death" as the Medical scenario, I can relate.
As a replacement authentication technology, I've been investigating various Biometrics, RFID cards, etc., as possibilities. Some could work, but face potential barriers in my environment (our factory is a "Clean Lab" environment...everyone has to wear Clean Suits, gloves and masks.) Because of the gloves, things like Fingerprint scanners won't work. Face recognition doesn't seem to be up to par yet based on the trials I've done. The use of RFID tags would work, but then you have the issue of potential theft of said tag.
I haven't had time to try one yet, but years ago at an office building I worked at, they had a sort of "hand measurement" system...basically, you would put your hand on the plate and squeeze some pins between your fingers. Then you would have to enter a PIN on a keypad. I could see something like this working in my environment, but frankly haven't had time to go looking for one.
In the end, it seems that Password security is the best (especially if it is Multi Factor,) but is not always practical. I wonder what others have used as alternatives.
Says the person that relied on Autocorrect to Post
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Have them do a spreadsheet that uses both formulas and pivot tables.
I am a Netflix user. I could give a crap about what CBS/NBC/ABC have to offer...Netflix will have it eventually. Maybe Netflix is acting like a peacock and extending it's tail, but reality says that it will win in the end.
The number of computer scientists in a room is inversely proportional to the number of bugs in their code.